9th annual Jewel of the Stillwater fundraiser slated for late April

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d ore a the 9th Annual Jewe l the Still lwater fundraiser on April lwater fundraiser on April i l

28. As the Stillwater Community Healthea[e F oundation ' s premier fundraising event to benefit Still water Billings clinic, money raised goe s to hp ourcommuni peo p le in andgto, ty, oe St to newsrelease issued by the

i nda ster Co mmuniTy Healthcare Fm untion This year' s theme is "Find Your Happy Place" and focuses on mentai health care and proceeds will go to promoting access to mental

health services throughout Srillwa -

ter County. There are many barriers to accessing mental health services

mcludin(associated social stigmas , t k f mediate access to care in t ' f Ti " and lack of probes l Dorcas , " said Natasha

Stillwater Billings Clinic Sailer, Director of Community Health Ser vices. "The funds raised from the Jewel of the Stillwater will help alleviate some of those by Providing access to mental health profes-6 Onals to OUr communities and

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schools via tale-medicine and out-ac," Th' s yea' s fund rai er begins at 6 p m. at the Ample Event Center , 2878 Highway 78, south of Absarosic ke fro e- features s dancing, music from the eli Chryslers and a delicious meal catered by Yellow-For stone Kelly ' s.

met and bringhome a fantastic iteme or thtwo ose l, live an ooking and to silent help a little auctions will be "Money held.raised will also be used far education, to promote a better

understandin g of mental health and to help prevent mental health crisis sium lons , Sailer said

For more information on the Jewel of the Stillwater , tickets, and sponsorship details, call (406)322-100L